This patient's hairline is indicative of the Norwood 4 Classification. His hairline has receded and continues to thin out on the top. About a year after the first procedure, the hairline has been pulled forward in the middle of his head and his hair is thicker on top.
This patient's hairline is like the Norwood 5 Classification. The hairline has receded back on the sides leaving a slight widow's peak which was also thinning. By adding to the hair remaining in the front, a natural looking hairline was achieved. Subsequent procedures could also alleviate the balding at the crown.
The "after" photo was taken about 8 months after the procedure.
This patient's hairline is like the Norwood 5A Classification. The hairline has receded back in the middle in a "U" shape. There was a slight bit of hair remaining at the front. By adding to that existing front hair and filling in the bald spot on top, the patient's hairline frames the face nicely.
The "after" photo was taken about a year after the procedure.
This patient's hairline is a typical Norwood 5A Classification. The hairline has receded back in a regular crescent. The addition of hair in the middle of the recession frames the face nicely and gives this patient a more youthful appearance.
The "after" photo was taken 9 months after the procedure.
This patient has a female Type 2 pattern, with thinning over the frontal top. Follicular unit grafts were densely packed into this area to thicken and help her eliminate the “see through” look. Photo was taken at 8 months after the procedure.
This patient has a Norwood 3-4 pattern. Follicular unit grafts were used to restore the frontal hairline and fill in the frontal 1/3 of the scalp, reframing his face. Photo taken 1 year after procedure.
This patient has a Norwood 6 pattern. We were able to get nice scalp coverage with one follicular unit procedure, taking years off of his appearance. Photo taken 9 months after procedure.